Evans will "Cover That"
Thursday, March 19, 2020
– Sara Evans will release "Cover That" on May 13 on her Born to Fly Records.
The 13-song release is a covers album spanning six decades with Evans putting her stamp on country and pop music, songs that have inspired her life and career.
"Copy That" is Evans' first solo studio album since 2017's "Words." The project, featuring collaborations with Old Crow Medicine Show and Little Big Town's Phillip Sweet, is co-produced by Sara and Jarrad K (Ruston Kelly, Weezer, Goo Goo Dolls).
Evans released the cover of the album with her donning a blonde wig.
The track list is:
1. "If I Can't Have You" (available March 20)
2. "Don't Get Me Wrong"
3. "Come On Eileen"
5. "Whenever I Call You Friend" featuring Phillip Sweet (available May 1)
6. "It's Too Late"
7. "Monday Morning"
"All We Ever Do Is Say Goodbye"
"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" featuring Old Crow Medicine Show (available April 3)
10. "6th Avenue Heartache"
11. "My Sharona"
12. "She's Got You"
13. "Hard To Say I'm Sorry" (available April 17)
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